- Carl Frisell
Toca Blocks — the unique world-building apps that lets kids play in the worlds they create — just got a huge update. We talked with Toca Blocks play designer Mårten Brüggemann about one of the coolest parts of the update: Blocks Codes.
Toca Magazine: What are Blocks Codes, in 20 words or less?
Mårten: Blocks Codes let you import whatever anyone takes a photo of in Toca Blocks and add it to your own worlds. (Toca Magazine: That’s 21 words, but who’s counting?)
Toca Magazine: Why did you add this feature to the app?
Mårten: Toca Blocks is all about creating constructions and worlds. The interactivity in these creations makes them perfect for sharing and letting someone else try out what you’ve been making.
Toca Blocks is all about creating constructions and worlds. The interactivity in these creations makes them perfect for sharing.
Toca Magazine: What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen made in Toca Blocks so far?
Mårten: I really like the big worlds being created. Someone created the Elven town of Rivendell from the Lord of the Rings which I thought was inventive as well as impressive.
A different but still very cool world.